I stayed in Teal, the central one of the three cottages. It had two bedrooms each with twin beds, one more spacious than the other, an an open plan living room (with dining table) and kitchen, and one bathroom with a bath and shower.
Decoration is old-fashioned - circa early 1980s I'd say - but the cottage was clean and tidy and in good repair. On initial entry, there was slight smell of dampness (We were visiting in October) but as the cottage heated up and the kitchen was used, this did disappear, helped by the purchase and use of a scented candle.
The kitchen is equipped with a microwave that also operates as a grill and oven, an electric hob, kettle, toaster and fridge. There are good quality pans, and a large cafetiere, a metal teapot, a corkscrew / bottle opener, two sharpish knives and a breadknife (which worked!) along with the usual crockery, glasses, mugs and cutlery etc.
It has a digital TV (with Freeview including the radio channels) and a DVD player, which I found worked better when the TV was lifted off it!
The cottage is within easy walking distance of Wigtown - 15 to 20 minutes - which is exceptionally handy if you want to eat there instead of cooking.
The owner was on-hand, pleasant and happy to help with enquiries.
An excellent budget option!More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking